Who is time management training intended for?

The training has been designed as an introduction to the principles of effective individual work and cooperation in a team. The training programme includes three key blocks:

 

  • Me – self-management in time, organization of individual work, optimum use of working time
  • Team – cooperation with the team, communication, conflict resolution, reporting on the progress of one’s work
  • Organization – project and process management, understanding of the company’s operations


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What can we do to help you

The time management training has been designed in such a way that it can be adapted to the participants’ needs. Depending on the scope of responsibility, knowledge and professional experience, we can modify the scope and complexity of the discussed issues to meet your requirements. The training helps to increase efficiency of:


  • Entrepreneurs and owners of companies involved in the company's operations
  • Managers and functional managers managing teams on a daily basis
  • Specialists who work as a team and are required to be flexible in response to changing business situations

What will you learn at the training?

Principles of effective planning and implementation of own tasks

How do you plan so that the inserts do not destroy the plan? How can you not give in to time pressure and always have time for lunch? How to deliver things that need to be done "for yesterday" without overtime? You will learn the following

Ways to organise teamwork

How to enforce tasks even from very resistant persons? How not to forget something which is important? How to conduct shorter and better meetings?

Key principles for effective participation in the projects

How to plan the work of many persons? How to put them all together into a tight team? How to make sure you deliver what you’ve committed to? How to stop postponing important issues that are waiting for better times?

The essentials of effective e-mail work

How to deal with the excess e-mails? How to avoid a situation where you spend all day answering e-mails without doing your work? How to use the rules to work less and more efficiently?

Benefits of training for participants and organisations

  • Increased autonomy of training participants
  • Improved control over tasks
  • Reduction of time and costs of implemented projects
  • Report on training efficiency and a thorough needs analysis
  • Robust, proven knowledge of the efficiency rules and process
  • Improved individual and team planning skills
  • Knowledge of the essentials of project management
  • Improved predictive and problem solving skills

Are you interested in open training?
Would you like to have such training conducted for your team?

Time management training program

1. Beginning of training

 

  1. Getting to know the participants
  2. Training objectives
  3. The most frequent efficiency problems
  4. Working principles

 

2. Introduction to efficiency

 

  1. Proactivity – a source of effective work
  2. Leadership – an attitude regardless of the level in the organization

 

3. Me – Personal efficiency

 

  1. Eisenhower matrix – the basis for setting priorities
  2. Target sheet – a source of work priorities
  3. Setting goals – the smart method, goals in a business organization
  4. Reverse schedule – a habit of self-discipline
  5. Filtering and decision making – a way to plan and implement regularly
  6. Everyday tools – Kanban table and a calendar
  7. Eating frogs – the 10/20/30 method, coping with lack of motivation, perfectionism, fears so that you can start to act despite them

4. Team – Team efficiency

 

  1. Most common problems in teamwork, with suppliers, with customers
  2. Values and the team – getting to know your own values, team development stages
  3. Situational leadership – how to delegate and how to be delegated efficiently
  4. GO-GO, GO-HOLD method – level of trust in delegation
  5. Assertiveness – 4 escalation levels, SEX at work
  6. Problem Solver™ – a method to solve every problem

 

5. Organisation – Company efficiency

 

  1. Projects
    • The PM House model – what should be considered in the project
    • PM LifeCycle Board – how projects run, i.e. how to systematically deliver predictable results
  2. Processes
    • Process mapping – how to stop preaching to the converted
    • Kaizen – how to improve your work in small steps

 

6. Action plan

 

  1. Team action plan
  2. Individual action plan
  3. After-training task

 

7. Training summary

 

  1. Verification of the implementation of training objectives
  2. Evaluation surveys

Scope of the programme

1.Effective individual work

– how to “control yourself”, i.e. how to deal with tasks. Participants learn proven methods for organizing their own work, planning short- and long-term tasks, ways of dealing with personal blocks. The purpose of this block is to equip everyone with a basic set of tools so that they can become a valuable team member.

 

2. Teamwork

– this block focuses on the joint implementation of tasks, in particular on dealing with difficult situations: problems and conflicts, in order to move quickly to a constructive solution when faced with such a situation. The presented rules help to deal with your team and your relationships with customers and suppliers.

 

3. Effective organization

– understanding the nature of the functioning of an organization, i.e. the implemented projects and processes. How to find yourself responsible for the process and how to improve it without starting a revolution? How to participate effectively in the project, how to run the project so that you can control it from start to finish?

Date and location of training

When?
Within the period set individually
Where?
Place chosen by you
For how much?
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Meet the trainer

Mariusz kapusta
Trainer
Project Management Expert
I have a lot of papers to confirm that :), e.g. PMP, ACP, Professional Scrum Master. I have been conducting projects since 1998, and since 2001 also international ones.However, I am backed up by more than just the papers.

I am the creator of the KISS PM method
I like simplicity, and solutions based on millions of forms have never worked, so something simple has been created.

I am the author of the book "Step-by-step project management"
Writing gives me pleasure, and in the case of this book it turned out that readers like what I have written.

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Opinions about us

I feel as if I saw “the light at the end of the tunnel" :) I have received materials for individual work and I could get acquainted with an approach from a different perspective. There are very useful examples of problem solving. I'll certainly use Outlook, list creation and inbox cleaning up in practice.

After the training, I have a plan of actions to organize my working time. The most valuable parts for me were those concerning e-mail and task management.

For me the most interesting point of the training was the goal sheet. I received a lot of tips for good work; I especially liked the one about the inserts in the calendar.

After the training, I have a feeling that everything can be controlled; I have noted down 50 tips that I am going to put into practice.

The training has assured me that drawing up lists makes sense and helps to organize work and private life. I'm sure I'll apply the organization of the calendar in practice.

The training made me aware of the possibility to organize the teamwork. The most valuable thing I have learned from the training is the cascading of tasks, the organization of the calendar and control over the e-mail box as well as the organization of the day plan. I most appreciate the coach’s competence and ability to convey knowledge, as well as his practical approach to the discussed issue and problems.

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